In Memoriam

  • In Memoriam, Vol. 90, No. 4

    In Memoriam, Vol. 90, No. 4

    1930s | 1940s | 1950s | 1960s | 1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000s | Friends 1930s James J. Russell Jr. CE 35, of Longmont, Colo., on July 21. Civil engineer. Grandchildren: Ryan J. Russell, ME 07. Kristin Russell, Arch 10. Frank Halsey Whaley, ME 38, of Palm City, Fla., on Jan. 5. 1940s Hugh Winston Sonny Bedingfield, AE 43, of Augusta, Ga., on Aug. 5. WWII. Tax attorney. more

  • Benedict Zullo

    Benedict Zullo

    Benedict Zullo, IE 52, of Cheshire, Conn. on June 9. Zullo was a true Ramblin’ Wreck and a Helluva Engineer. Throughout his life, He maintained a strong loyalty to Georgia Tech, which he passed on to his children. In fact, two years ago he attended his 60th class reunion with both his son and grandson. more

  • Douglas C. Allen

    Douglas C. Allen

    Douglas C. Allen, of Atlanta, on Oct. 26. Allen was a beloved professor in the College of Architecture and a visionary landscape architect who left a lasting legacy in his field. Allen held an illustrious 37-year career at Georgia Tech. In addition to teaching architecture, he served five years as the College of Architecture’s associate more

  • June Learned Tellepsen

    June Learned Tellepsen

    June Learned Tellepsen, HON 96, of Houston, Texas, on Aug. 30. Tellepsen was a dedicated and generous supporter of Georgia Tech. Despite living in Houston, Texas, Tellepsen regularly made the trip to Atlanta to attend Georgia Tech events and “never let a little thing like 1,000 miles get in her way,” says Marilyn Somers, a more

  • Benjamin Harrison West

    Benjamin Harrison West

    Benjamin Harrison West, of Atlanta, on July 14. West was a respected Georgia Tech professor who helped to shape the development of the city of Atlanta through his long career at the Atlanta Regional Commission. In 1999, West was honored with the naming of the Harry West Chair of Quality Growth and Regional Development in more